Civil Society/NGOs

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International Telecommunication Union
International Union for the Conservation of Nature
World Meteorological Organization
International Science Council
Global Forum on Human Settlements
This guidance note provides action-oriented direction for government officials and decision-makers with responsibility for post-disaster recovery and reconstruction. The guidance will enable the development of disability-inclusive planning and programming across sectors and government.
This policy brief aims to complement the work being done by Government ministries, donors, United Nations agencies, International Non-Government Organisations (INGOs) and other research organisations on the socio-economic impact of COVID-19. It is based on desk study review of relevant research papers and reports and World Vision International’s experience in BBB, both in Nepal and other countries, in particular in the Asia Pacific region.

A dos años del 19s, ante el cambio de administración en la ciudad y los cambios en la política pública frente a la reconstrucción (aún pendiente), presentamos la actualización del Manual para para la reconstrucción con dignidad.

En esta ocasión, iremos

A dos años del 19s, ante el cambio de administración en la ciudad y los cambios en la política pública frente a la reconstrucción (aún pendiente), presentamos la actualización del Manual para para la reconstrucción con dignidad.

“Prepararnos ante el

New research reveals how communities can better cope and move on from the trauma of disasters, and build hope for the future.
After 2017’s record year of billion-dollar disaster events and additional hurricanes and fires in 2018, a new study reveals that inconsistent non-profit resources across different jurisdictions had impacted disaster recovery efforts, especially in areas that needed the most help. Despite inconsistencies, non-profits still provide essential support and funding.
A religious leader in the Philippines has said that during the post-Typhoon Yolanda recovery, more than 30,000 families have benefited from the Catholic Church's PHP 3.2 billion rehabilitation and reconstruction program. The program is one success amid several innovative accomplishments that have helped the Church implement its recovery projects.

This publication tries to highlight the importance of reducing disaster mortality. Even the global level policy instrument Sendai Framework that guides the actions of nations in disaster management has enshrined "substantial reduction disaster mortality"